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DEMOCRAT AND Briefs Police still investigating fatal motorcycle crash SPARTA Livingston County sheriffs deputies are continuing to investigate a crash that killed a DansvUle man Saturday. Richard W. Young Jr., 36, of Dock Street was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, which occurred on Springwater Road just before 6 p.m. Deputies said Young lost control of the motorcycle he was driving and struck a drainage pipe under the end of a driveway. The motorcycle stopped instantly and Young was ejected. Police say jailed man robbed Chili restaurant A Wyoming County man remained jailed yesterday after being arrested in connection with the weekend robbery of a Chili restaurant. Terry Kahl, 25, of Railroad Avenue in Bliss, was being held in lieu of $10,000 bail He was charged Sunday with first-degree robbery and fourth-degree grand larceny and arraigned in Riga Town Court. Kahl was accused of robbing the Wendy's Family Restaurant at 3200 Chili Ave. in Chili Center Plaza. The robbery occurred about 5:15 p.m., when a man walked in, told a clerk he had a gun and demanded money. The robber did not display a weapon. The clerk handed over more than $300 in cash, and the man walked out, said Monroe County Sheriffs Lt. Mike Broida. A short time later, Sheriffs Deputy Mike Fowler spotted a man matching the robber's description walking along Chili Avenue. Fowler chased the man and arrested him. Yom Kippur will begin for Jews at sundown Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement and holiest day in Judaism, begins at sundown tonight. Jews will spend much of tonight and tomorrow in synagogue and will refrain from both eating and drinking. On Yom Kippur, Jews believe, God seals the Book of Life for another year. Advertising campaign focuses on elder abuse A new advertising campaign is designed to raise awareness of elder abuse. Lifespan, a nonprofit agency dedicated to improving the quality of life for senior citizens, began the 10-county public awareness campaign Sept. 7. The spot, which features a senior citizen warning that elder abuse can happen to anyone, is running on television and radio, and in newspapers, through December, said Ann Cook, Lifespan's director of financial and consumer services. The campaign was paid for with a $120,000 state grant. While elder abuse often brings to mind images of physical violence, Cook said that neglect and financial exploitation were more common. If you are a victim of elder abuse, or know someone who is, call Lifespan at 454-3224 ext. 147 for help. Speaker will give tips on motivating students Author and lecturer Alfie Kohn will give the keynote address at a conference on motivating students on Oct. 7 at Brighton High School. Kohn will discuss performance assessment and the motivation to leara The conference is sponsored by the University of Rochester's Warner Graduate School of Educa tion and Human Development. William Cala, superintendent of the Fairport Central School District, Jody Siegle, a Brighton School District board member, and Richard Ryan, a UR professor of clinical and social psychology, will take part in a panel discussion. The cost of the conference is $35. To register, call 275-8270. Bowlathon w ill benefit Rochester kids' group The 15th Annual Bowl For Kids' Sake Bowlathon will be held from 12:30 to 4 p.m. Oct. 3 at Clover Lanes in Brighton, Roseland Bowl in Canandaigua, and Rose Bowl Lanes in Newark, Wayne County; and on Oct. 4 at Clover Lanes. Entertainment, prize giveaways and raffles will be provided, with proceeds benefiting the Big BrothersBig Sisters organization in Rochester. There are two ways to participate by registering to bowl or sponsoring a bowler. For details, ..call 454-2292. j Area deaths Lanpher, George Sr., 75, Castile, Sept. 25. Burdick, Donna M., 47, Perry, , Sept. 26. 2B CHRONICLE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1998 Hamlin voters will decide on new center BY STAFF WRITER JILAINE BURLEY HAMLIN It will be up to resi dents whether a new community center is built. The Town Board voted 4-1 Sun day night to place a resolution on the November ballot asking residents to authorize a $1.5 million bond to pay for the new center. The center would be built be hind Town Hall and would have space for recreation and senior-citizen programs. At a $1.5 million cost, the owner of a $66,000 home the town's average would pay an additional $45 annually in taxes for 25 years, a 13 percent increase. Tm for it, said Paul Moses of Curtisdale Lane. "As a parent and as a resident of the town, I see it as needed. I'm willing to pay that extra money in taxes to have that. But Jim Doan, who owns a honey bee farm on Morton Road, isn't sure now is the time to build the center. Doan's children attend Kendall schools and are in that town's recre ation programs. change what we're doing, to go to Flu FROM PAGE IB grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with a goal of vaccinating 60 percent of seniors in the county by 2000. The vaccine protects against pneumococcal bacteria, which causes the most common forms of pneumonia, meningitis and bacteremia, a potentially fatal blood in-fectioa About 20,000 Americans could be saved each year if more people got the vaccine, the CDC says. But the vaccme does not help the people most at risk of getting pneumococcal disease children under age 2, Bennett said. For them, a new vaccine under development holds the most hope. A study released Friday found that the experimental vaccine was almost 100 percent effective in tests on 38,000 children. "It's a great time," said Dr. John Treanor, an infectious disease Cornerstone unveiled for Bronx botany study center THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK A cornerstone was unveiled yesterday for a $39 million Plant Studies Center at the New York Botanical Garden, the latest in a series of major projects to expand and modernize the 107-year-old institution in the Bronx. The study center, to be completed in 2001, will house the Herbarium, with six million plant specimens, and the LuEsther T. Mertz Library, with 270,000 volumes and a million non-book items relating to botany and horticulture. The facility will be available to researchers in environmental studies; conservation; plant genetics; ethnobotany (the relationship between plants and people); evolutionary theory and the search for new medicine, food and fuel resources. The five-story, sand-colored building housing the center is already in place as an extension of the Garden's 1900-vintage, Beaux Arts museum, but the internal facilities are still to be completed. The museum itself is undergoing a major $6.5 million renovation as part of the garden's seven-year, $200 million master plan. Sen. Alfonse D'Amato, R-N.Y., who along with Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, D-N.Y., helped to secure federal funds for the project, pulled a tassel to unveil the cornerstone of the new study center. "Botany is an historical science," said Gregory Long, president of the Botanical Garden. "Even the most technologically advanced new research, such as DNA sequencing, sends scientists back to specimens, books and field notes that may be hundreds of years old." As if to underscore the point, yesterday's ceremony included the placing of a time capsule in the stone, containing letters from each senator, published articles, a library card and its Internet counterpart, and glass jars with DNA test-ready samples of rose petals and sugar maple leaves, from New York's official state flower and tree. Long said the enhanced protection and accessibility provided by the new Plant Studies Center would enable science to perform many the Hamlin center." Doan said. "I understand why they're looking at it; we're definitely growing, but I don't think it's at the right time." Councilman Jeff Simek, who cast the dissenting vote, doesn't believe enough information exists to put the proposal before voters. "It is clearly the largest single decision that has ever been made in this town's history," Simek said. "There are some significant questions that to my satisfaction have not been answered." Simek's concerns include continuing maintenance costs of the building and staff salaries. He said once those costs were factored in, the tax increase could be as much as 30 percent. Recreation Director Don McPherson said the commission had discussed scheduling more public meetings before November. "We want the taxpayers to be informed, and we want them to be comfortable with this proposition," he said. McPherson said there might be grant money available to help fund the center, but the town couldn't apply for those grants until the referendum passed. doctor at the University of Rochester who was at the conference where the findings were announced. ' "We're seeing a lot of promising steps forward. The thing we don't know is whether the new pneumonia vaccine would also be better for the elderly." UR plans to study that, Treanor said. Senior citizens will be enrolled in two groups, one receiving the experimental pneumonia vaccine, the other getting the existing vaccine. A nasal spray flu vaccme, Flu-Mist, is also being studied by Treanor and others. It provided more protection last year against the flu than the approved vaccine. This year's flu vaccine contains three strains of influenza A-Syd-ney, A-Beijing and B-Harbin, Tre-anorsaid. pf"''&& ' ' ' Last year, scientists guessed wrong. A-Sydney turned out to be the dominant flu strain, and it was not in the vaccine. "We were one of the more hard-hit areas last year," Treanor said.3 tasks more effectively such as predicting plants' potential value in medicine or determining how air pollution alters habitat, and helping governments and private organizations develop conservation policies. The center will occupy a nearly windowless five-story building, an extension of the 1900-vintage, Beaux Arts museum which itself is undergoing a major $6.5 million renovation as part of the garden's seven-year, $200 million capital improvement plan. The new structure will have a computerized climate control system to protect everything from 500-year-old books to rare plant species at customized temperature and humidity levels. Death Notices Within Monroe County m INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Barnes, Kenneth L Of Rochester, NY departed this life on Sat., Sept. 26, 1998 in NC. Mr. Barnes was a devoted and dedicated teacher with the Rochester City School District for 29 years. He is survived by Beverly Peters (fiance); 2 daughters, Felicia Renee (Spencer) Cum-mings and Shameka Barnes both of Fayette-ville NC; 3 loving grandchildren; 3 brothers; 3 sisters; a host of other relatives and many loving friends. A Memorial Service will be held on Wed., Sept. 30, 1998 at Memorial A M E. Zion Church, 549 Clarissa St Rev. Errol E. Hunt, Pastor. Rev. Charles Thurman officiating. Immediately following the program the Omega Pfi Phi Fraternity will perform their service. Funeral Services and interment will be in Columbia, Miss, on Sat., Oct. 3, 1998. Casolari, Peter A. Sept. 27, 1998. Casolari, Lucy (Mule) Sept. 28, 1098 Suddenly, after 62 loving years together. Peter is survived by his sisters-in-law, Mrs. Mindy Casolari, Mrs.Vicki Barricelli. Lucy is survived by her sisters, Mrs. Mary Cappelli-no, Mrs. Anna Centola; her brother, Mr. Joseph Privitera. Peter and Lucy are survived by their mutual sisters-in-law, Mrs. Agnes Privatera, Mrs. Frances Mule, Mrs. Rose Mule; also many loving nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews and great-great nieces and nephews. Calling WEDNESDAY 2-4 and 7-9 at Fal-vo Funeral Home, Inc., 1395 N. Goodman St. On THURSDAY friends are asked to go directly to St. Andrew's Church (923 Portland Ave.) for their Funeral Mass at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Burn Unit of Strong Memonal Hospital or to St. Andrew's Church in their memory. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Dalitz, Clara On Sept 27, 1998 at age 106. She is survived by John and Mary Depew. Dons Gas-ser and Eleanor Coene. Ms. Dalitz was long time member of St. Mary's Church. Friends may call Tuesday 2-4 p m. Only at HEDGES MEMORIAL CHAPEL INC.. 770 East Mam St. (at Alexander) and may go directly to St. Mary's Church (SL Mary's Place) on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. for her Funeral Mass. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Dangler, Roy H. September 16. 1998 in Canandaigua. NY. Survived by his wife, Jeanne and daughter, Carole (Don) Fulmar of San Francisco, CA. He was a prominent plumbing and heating contractor in Irondequoit and surrounding towns. After retirement he spent his summers in Canandaigua and winters in San Carlos, CA Interment in Skytawn Memorial Park, San Mateo County, CA Fitzgerald, Mark J. Of Gates, suddenly, September 28, 1998 at age 48. He is survived by his wife, Jeanie (Radley) Fitzgerald; sons. Brandon and Brady Fitzgerald; tamer and mother, Harlow and Vera Fitzgerald of Cape Vincent, NY; brothers, Daniel (Carolyn) Fitzgerald of Henrietta, Barry Fitzgerald of Holley. David (Carne) Fitzgerald of Clarkson, Scott (Denise) Fitzgerald of Chili; sisters, Janeen Garrett of Chaumont, NY, Kirsti (Bryan) Caplin of Wa-terport, NY; father-in-law, Bubby (Sally) Radley of Cape Vincent; many brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and many dear friends. Mr. Fitzgerald was a supervisor in the Office Imaging Dry. at Eastman Kodak Co. Friends may call WEDNESDAY ONLY 2-4 & 7-9 at the DiPonzio Funeral Home Inc., 219 Spencerport Rd. Gates. Funeral Services FRIDAY morning at 1 1 :00 in St. Vincent of Paul Church, Cape Vincent, NY. Interment St. Vicent of Paul Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to American Cancer Society, PO Box 10609, Rochester, NY 14610 in his memory. Greene, Gwendolyn September 27, 1998 at Westgate Nursing Home. Survived by her daughters, JoAnne (Robert) Ford, Carole (William) Couchman of Three Mile Bay, NY and Betty (James) Trimble; brother, Reginald Kendall of Cape Cod, MA; sister, Beverly Snow; 1 1 grandchildren; 18 great grandchldren; 1 great-great grandchild; nices and nphews. She was a member of Monroe Chaper O.E.S. 57, Lalla Rookh Caldron 68 and Queen Chrristina CT 13, Order of the Amaranta and was retired from Lawyers Co-op Publishing Co. Friends are invited to a Memorial Service Wed. afternoon, 2 o'clock at Nulton Funeral Home, 1704 Pnefield Rd. Donations may be made to the Masonic Service Bureau Hanss, Teresita (Dorschel) Monday, September 28, 1998. Age 97. Predeceased by her husband, Alphonse Hanss. Mrs. Hanss is survived by her daughter & son-in-law, Alyce Marie & John McNamara; her son & daughter-in-law, John & Joan Hanss; loving grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews & friends. No prior visitation. Relatives & friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass THURSDAY 11am at ST. ANN'S HOME CHAPEL. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Masses may be offered or memorials directed to St. Ann's Home Foundation. Arrangements, Paul W. Harris Funeral Home, Inc. Hayes, Raymond E. Sunday, September 27, 1998. He is survived by his wife Anna J.; sons, Dennis J., Michael R. (Shiela), Timothy J. (Deborah) Hayes; daughters, Judith (Daniel) Shaughnessy, Kathleen H. (Gery) Allan; sisters, Anna E. Hayes, May E. Owens; sister-in-law, Amelia E. Evans; 15 grandchildren; 18 great-grand-children; several nieces and nephews. He ' was a retiree from Eastman Kodak Co." 1 ' Friends may call Wednesday 2-4, 7-9 at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home Inc., 2692 DEWEY AVENUE.. Hit JFOriMBl Mass will be celebtrated Thursday morning at 10:15 at Sacred Heart Cathedral. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends wishing may make contributions to School of the Holy Childhood in his memory Hushard, Rose M. Peacefully Sept. 27, 1998. Survived by her son, Jim (Shirley) Hushard Sr.; sister, Catherine Mitchell; grandchildren, Tammera White, Roxane (J. David) Sheehan, Kathleen (Grant) Crossan and Jim Hushard Jr.; 5 great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. ' Friends are welcome to call Wed. 2-4, 7-9PM at the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Inc., Hilton. Funeral Mass THURS. at 9:30AM at St. Leo Church, 167 Lake Ave., Hilton. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Contributions may be made to St. John's Home, 150 Highland Ave., Roch., NY 14620 In Rose's memory. Keiser, Harold C. Of Greece, NY. On Sept. 27, 1998. Predeceased by 1st wife, Helen; He is survived by his wife, Geraldine; 1 daughter and son-in-law, Diane and William Beeman of Arkansas; several nieces and nephews. Retiree of Eastman Kodak. Friends may call at ARNDT FUNERAL HOME, 1118 Long Pond Rd. (S. of Maiden Lane) on Wed. 2-4, 7-9PM. Funeral Service Thurs. 10AM in Funeral Home, Chapel. Interment White Haven Memorial Park. Those wishing may make contributions to Visiting Nurse Foundation or American Cancer Soci-ety. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS. Lahey, Vincent J. 92898. He is survived by his son, Vincent; father, Vincent; 2 sisters; 4 brothers. WEDNESDAY from 10AM-1PM, friends are invited to call at Miller Funeral Homes Inc., 1625 Mt. Hope Ave., where at 1PM his Funeral Service will be held. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Larnder, Howard R. Sept. 26, 1998. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. Mr. Larnder was a veteran of WWII and retiree of General Motors. No prior calling hours. Services at the Lodadio, Antoinette Scherzi Died of hnart failure c. 26 19QH Qho r. ;n u,uay September inott. J! She, was 79 years young. Antoinette was a valiant and compassionate sod and loved life and her family. She wl foreve ness, sense of humor and uniqueness She tam ?f by h8r 2 Sons' Dominic Scherz" James (Joyce) Scherzi; her 5 daughters' Andrea (Leonard) Snyder, Dolores (Petert ISSlEST (R2ni Ben,an,e &cnerzi Kimmane Scherzi; 3 brothers George (Jessie) Viscon.e. Guy (Viola) v n'8' JosePh (Irene) Visconte; gnndchS- J Rn c,ariB' Janine' James Jr Rocco, Steven, Raina, Anthony James Valene Michelle, Nicole, Toni-Renee KeHy Michael, and Tyler; also several great grand: children, nieces and nephews Friends may call Tuesday 2-4 7-9 at FuneJa, Home ?nc Lan P?NP R0AD Norlh Maiden it? e,L Fi"!Sral Service Wednesday at 1 Kuhn fir? fTi"1 CSapel ' Greece 85 Kuhn Rd. (off Long Pond Rd.). Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery '"""mem Who's in the news? See Newsmakers every day. Democrat an6 (TbronicU , Clearly Rochester. Lodadio, Angelo T. Saturday, September 26. 1998. He is survived by his son, Thomas Lodadio; his daughters, Barbara Lodadio. and Roxanne Albright; his sister, Grace Giambrone; grandchildren, Khnstine, Michael, Danielle, Rachael. Thomas Jr.. Joe, Bnanna, and Amanda; great-grandchildren. Crystal, Ashley, and Diana; also several nieces and nephews. Friends may cat Tuesday 2-4, 7-9 at Vay-Schleich 4 Meeson Funeral Home, Inc.. 1075 LONG POND ROAD (North of Maiden Lane). Service Wednesday 9 o'clock at the funeral home Interment Holy Sepulchre. 0'Malley, Charles T. Sept. 23, 1998 in FL, age 74. Predeceased by his wife, Helen. Survived by 2 daughters, Terry (James) Mitchel. Lisa Miller 3 sons. Thomas (Patricia) of Spencerport David of Brockport, Danile (Gail) of Rochester; brother, Robert of Pine Mountain, CA; 8 grandchildren. He was a retiree of Eastman Kodak and author of 'Low Bridges & High Water, a history of the people who built the NYS Barge Canal and a WWII veteran. Memonal senice to be held at a later date. Inurnment, St. Frances Cabrini Church Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions to Hospice of SW Florida, 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34238 or the church at 12001 69th St. East Parrish, FL 34219 Plouffe, Jean M. WEBSTER: She is survived by her daughters, Jean (Lenny) Manno, Katherine (Chns) Cyphers of TX, Patricia (Thomas) Lancie, Judy (Stephen) Schantz; sons, Russell (Julie), John of AZ, Steven; 15 grandchildren; longtime companion, Erwin Derks; sisters, Mary Trenkler, Betty Gouveia; brothers, Francis Gouveia, George Gouveia of GA; several nieces and nephews. ' Friends may call Tuesday 7-9; Wednesday 2-4, 7-9 at the Anthony Funeral Chapel, 1031 Ridge Rd., Webster. The family would be pleased to receive your written memories of Jean for their remembering book. A Funeral Mass will be held 9:30 AM Thursday at St. Rita's Church, Maple Dr. Interment W. Webster Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the Cottreall Warner American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, 818 Ridge Road or the Rochester General Hospital FoundationRestricted Fund for CCU Memorial for Jean Plouffe, 1425 Portland Ave.. 14621. Pontarella, Richard September 26, 1998. Predeceased by his father, Armand. Husband of Maria (Arena). Father of Amanda and Darren. Step-father of Mandy Palma. Son of Betty (Freitas) Pontarella. Brother of Marilyn Yeager. Uncle of Jessie, Keith and Shana Yeager. BARTOLOMEO AND PEROTTO FUNERAL HOME, INC., NEW LOCATION, 141 1 Vintage Lane, between 390 North and Long Pond Rd. Visitation Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. On Wednesday family and friends may go directly to Holy Cross Church (Lake Ave.) for his Funeral Mass at 9:30 AM. Interment Holy Sepulchre. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart Fund or Diabetes Assoc. would be appreciated. Preddy, Bessie Dean Mrs. CONCORD, NC: Sun., Sept. 27, 1998. Surviving relatives, 2 sons, James R. Preddy, Sr., Concord, N.C. and Herman E. Preddy of Rochester, NY; one brother, J.V. Dean of Morven, NC; 5 grandchildren; eight-greatgrandchildren; 3 step-grandchilden; and 4 step-grandchildren. Visitation 6:30-8:00pm Monday, Sept. 28, 1998 at Gordon Funeral Home of Mt. Pleasant, N.C. Funeral Service, Tues., Sept. 29, 1998 at Guilford Memorial Park, Greens-jfrmN'C-;,' Robinson, Edna C. (Sellinger) Sept. 27, 1998 at age 95. Predeceased by her grandson, Dennis Dionne. Survived by 3 daughters, June S. Rossi of Watertown, CT, Lois S. (Mike) Bosco of Largo, FL, Sherlee S. (Bill) Ruth of Lima, NY; sister, Martha C. Suss; 8 grandchildren, Samuel (Barbara) Barto, Jon (Loretta) Dionne, Jan (Donald) Ouimette, Kirke (Grace) Otis, Kevin P. Otis, Karyl Sue Otis, Kerry (Kent) Garfinkel, Kris-tian (Brenda) Otis; 16 great-grandchildren; nieces & nephews. Friends may call Tuesday 7-9 & Wednesday 2-4 at Crawford Funeral Home, 495 N. Winton Rd. where Funeral Services will follow calling at 4PM. Private interment River-side Cemetery. ; Salmon, George W. FAIRPORT: September 27, 1998. Predeceased by wife, Margaret (Wadsworth). Survived by nieces, Shirley (Edward) Broderick and Gretchen Fuller; nephews, John and Donald Owens, and John Kleinhenz; several great-nieces and nephews. Chapter member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Perlnton Memorial Post 8495. Friends are welcome to call at the RICHARD H. KEEN AN FUNERAL HOME, 41 S. Main St., Fairport, Wednesday 7-9 PM where his funeral service will be held Thursday at 10 AM. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Fairport Baptist Home, 4646 Nine Mile Pt. Rd., Fairport 14450. Interment Oakwood Cemetery. Smith, John C, Jr. "Jack" GREECE: Sept. 28,1998. Predeceased by his loving wife, Dorothy and grandchildren, Debbie Gerdes and twins, Aaron Jason and Karisu Cipparuolo, Jason Smith. Survived by his daughters, Nancy (Ed) Davis, Connie (Roy) Gerdes, Rebecca (Bob) Shoesmith and Suellyn (Sal) Cipparuolo; sons, John C. Smith III and William (Nancy) Smith; grandchildren, Matthew, Rebekah, Sarah, Heidi, Leah, Paul, Amy, Peler, Tammy, J.C., Ama-ra, Adam, Aaron, Shalene, Danny, Bradley, Rachel, Joshua, Emily, Stephanie and Nathan; great grandchildren, Karissa, Nathaniel, Andrew, Chauncey, Jordon, Shantel, Ni-chole and Cameryn. Friends may call Wednesday 2-4, 7-9 PM at Farrell-Ryan Funeral Home, 777 Long Pond Road (between English and Latta Rd.) Funeral Service 10:00 Thursday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers friends wishing may contribute to the American Cancer So-ciety or the Ronald McDonald House. Smith, Ruth Janette Utter 81, of South Bend, IN, formerly of Rochester, NY, died Sunday afternoon in Holy Cross Care Center. Mrs. Smith was bom in Oneonta, January 14, 1917, a daughter of the late Clifford & Lula Burrell Utter. She was a homemaker, a 1934 graduate of Oneonta High School and a 1938 graduate of Hart-wick College. Mrs. Smith was predeceased by her husband, Leonard B. Smith, Former Vice President of Monroe Community College in Rochester, NY. Surviving are 2 sons, Peter Smith of Pittsburg, PA and Andrew Smith of South Bend, IN; 1 daughter, Gretchen Altman of Sumter, SC, and 6 grandchildren. - Funeral Senices will be Thursday at 3:00 p.m. Graveside in Plain Cemetery, Oneonta, NY. Memorials may be made to Hartwick College Alumni Fund, Oneonta 13850. An". Lewis-Hurley Funeral Home, Oneonta, NY Stevenson, Sharon A. (Yeager) Monday, September 28, 1998. She is survived by her loving daughters, Kathy (Brian) Butler of Richmond, VA, Karen (Tom) Schiff-macher of San Antonio, TX, Krista (Michael) Fennessy, Kelly (Stephen) Lawrence of Austin, TX; beloved grandchildren, Megan, Trevor, Matthew, Alexandra, Erin, Steven, Emma and Sean; brother, William (Peggy) Yeager. Friends may call Wednesday 2-4 & 7-9 at the Vay-Schleich 4 Meeson Funeral Home, Inc., 1075 LONG POND ROAD. Her Funeral Service will be celebrated Thursday morning at 11:30 at Hope Lutheran Church, 1301 Vintage Lane. Private interment. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society in her memory. i Streb, James L Sept 27, 1998. age 64. Beloved husband of Maroa Streb (nee: Carey). Loving father of Nancy Williams, Susan (Mario) Alvarez, Karen (Richard) Hastings and Linda (John) Gannon. Dear grandfather of Christopher and Joseph Hastings, and Taylor and Brett Alvarez. Dear brother of Bonnie Keeruey, Suzanne O'Keefe and Marjone Streb. Longtime resident of Anderson Twp , OH. Mr. Streb was a professor in the School of Business Administration at Miami University following a lengthy career with the Xerox Corporation in Rochester, NY. Visitation Wed. 7-9 p.m. at the Witt, Good & Kelsch F.H. (Anderson Twp ), 7312 Beechwood Ave., Cincinnati, OH. Interment in Ulysses, PA. Memorial donations may be directed to the American Heart Assn., 2936 Vernon PI., Cincinnati, OH 45219-9932 or to the charity of your choice. Walker, Annie On September 26, 1998. Survived by sons, Bennte (Carolyn), Richard (Clementine) and Jessie Walker daughters, Gladys Holiday, Virginia Devine. Mane Mizell; brother-in-law, George (Rhodia) Walker; 21 grandchildren; other relatives. Calling Hours Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9PM at Metropolitan Funeral Chapels, Inc. 1 09 West Ave. Funeral Wednesday, 11:00 a.m. at New Bethel CM E. Church, 270 Scio St. Rev. Raymond Graves, Officiating. Inter-ment Falls Cemetery. Wood, Lillian HONEOYE FALLS: Formerly of Henrietta. Sept. 27, 1998. Survived by daughter Loma Cathron; son, Lloyd (Domenica) Wood; 4 grandchildren, Robert, Lynn, Annette, and Daniel; 1 great-grandson, Maritus Allen; 2 brothers; nieces & nephews. Predeceased by husband Lloyd A. Wood, Sr. Friends may call Wednesday 2-4, 7-9 at The MERTON KAYS FUNERAL HOME, 59 Monroe St., Honeoye Falls. Funeral Senices will be held Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment private. Death Notices Outside Monroe County q INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF w A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Mruczek, Mary Jane BATAVIA: Age 67. Monday, September 28, 1998, at her home. Daughter of the late Louis (Angeline) Grasso; sister of the late Frank Grasso and Madeline Gabrelle; beloved wife of Chester B. Mruczek of Batavia; loving mother of Richard (Carolyn) Mruczek of Bennington, NY, Robert Mruczek of Batavia Steven Mruczek of Canandaigua, Deborah Mruczek of Batavia, Angela (Frank) Ferri . of Medina; sister of Patsy (Nellie) Grasso of Largo, FL, Joseph (Betsy) Grasso of Batavia, Andrew (Betty) Grasso of Batavia, Sal-vatore Grasso of Buffalo, Louise and Larry Capuano of Batavia, Sister Virginia Marie Grasso of Orchard Park; sister-in-law, Nellie Grasso of Batavia; 10 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Tuesday, September 29, 1998 from 2-4, 7-9p.m. at the GILMARTIN FUNERAL HOME INC., W. Main St., Batavia. Funeral Services Wed., Sept 30, 1 998 at 9am at Gilmartin Funeral Home Inc., followed at 9:30am by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Mary's R.C. Church in Batavia. Burial St. Joseph's Cemetery in Batavia. Memorials to the family to ro St. Joseph's School Library Fund. Paul, Dr. John Eugene GENESEO-WILLIAMSBURG, VA: Sept. 24, 1998 at age 81 years. He is survived by his wife, Joan Shell Paul; 2 sons, Stephen (Deborah) Paul of W. Monroe, NY, George (Barbara) Paul of Mt. Morris; 2 brothers, Edward Paul of Charleston, IL and Floyd Paul of Cammo, CA; 1 sister, Barbara Minnick of Holmewood, IL; 5 grandchildren; 1 great grandchild. No prior calling hours. Private interment to be held in West Point, IN. Local arrange-ments, Rector-Hicks Funeral Home VanHall, Jacob H. MARION: Age 96. Sept. 27, 1998 in DeMay Living Center. He was a retired Farmer and was predeceased by his wife, Catherine Zonneville; Survived by his son, Elmer (Betty) VanHall of Newark; 3 grandchildren, Steven and Pam VanHall of Palmyra, James (Nancy) VanHall of White Cloud, Ml; daughter, Yvonne (Timothy) Lead of Newark; 7 great-grandchildren. Friends are invited to call Wed. 7-90NLY at the Stevens Funeral Home, 3896 Buffalo St., Marion, where Funeral Services will be held Thurs. 11AM. Interment Marion Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the DeMay Living Center, Theraputic Recreation, 100 Sunset Dr., Newark. NY 14513. Hollenbeck, Helen M. MT. MORRIS- HONEOYE: Sept. 27, 1998 at age 82. survived by daughters, Donna Shep-ard of Hemlock, Judy Handy of Mt. Morris, Phyllis (Dale) White of Honeoye, Betty (Steve) Moore of Hemlock, Bernice (Peter) Echevarria of Mt. Morris, Cathy (Daniel) Northrop of Honeoye; 16 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; sisters, Ethel Drew of Henrietta, Lillian Corteville of Holcomb and Betty Zuber; several nieces, nephews. Friends may call Tues. 2-4, 7-9 at the KEVIN W. DOUGHERTY FUNERAL HOME INC., Rt. 15, Livonia where services will be held Wed. 10am. Burial, Richmond Center Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials to the Yates-Ontario Hospice, 754 Pre-emption Rd., Geneva, NY 14456 Carlin, Beryl E. NUNDA: Age 67, died Sept. 27, 1998. She was born Jan. 23, 1931 in the town of Portage to Clayton and Eva Thatcher-Dur-yea. She was predeceased by husband, Duane. Survived by 2 sons, Keith and Lawrence Carlin of Nunda; 2 daughters, Rebecca Paritore of Geneseo and Sheila (Leon) Sank, Plymouth, PA; 10 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren; 1 brother, Maynard (Josephine) Duryea of Nunda. Friends may call at the Mann Funeral Home Wednesday, 1-3 PM with the Funeral immediately following. The Rev. Richard He-pler will be officiating. Interment Oakland Hill Cemetery, Town of Portage, NY. Nisita, Albert Henry Age 86 of Springville, NY and formerly of Buffalo, NY. September 21, 1998. Husband of the late Helen K. (nee Logel) Nisita; father of Dianne H. Nisita, Margo K. (Edward) Guerinot, Karen E. (David) Iverson and Linda M. (Richard) Mims; grandfather of Mark (Karou) Pearson, Scott (Marcy) Pearhill, Joshua and Melaine Mims; great grandfather of Cole and Derrick Pearson, Gabriel and Robert Pearhill; brother of the late Giovanni, Anthony, Carlo, Frank, Emil, Antoinette and Marie and brother in law of Katherine and Margaret Nisita. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends may call Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 PM at John O. Roth Funeral Home, Inc., Morgan, William and Broad Sts., City of Tonawanda. Funeral Senices will be held in the Little Chapel of the Elms in Elmlawn Cemetery, corner of Delaware Ave. and Brighton Rd. in the Tw. of Tonawanda, Wednesday (Sept. 30) at 1 1 :00 AM. Friends invited. In Memoriam Gordon, Henrietta M. 92997 Mother, God sent the Angels to take you away. We've been missing you so much since that day. With all our love. Your daughters, Ernestine Brown and Betty Jean Jones, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Parisi, Ursula Another Birthday Boquent, sent your way. With oh so many wishes for youl This has become our way of celebrating your day and remembering what we once shared with you. Forever missing and loving you. Your Family. P S. Although our lives go on, so the pain of having lost you.

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